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This review is from: USB Illuminated LED 7 Color Backlight Ergonomic Gaming Keyboard Mechanical
Pros: Worked OK for a few months before issues arose. First up, the on/off switch began to malfunction. Opened up the keyboard and re-affixed the USB cord. A month later, the "J" key would fail to register more often than not. Threw it in the trash after I bought a different brand KB.
Cons: cheap, unreliable construction with failing internals.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Imperator USB Wired Ergonomic Gaming Mouse
Pros: Good construction, just like the first version I had, which lasted five or so years. From the last model to this one, the only thing different that I can FEEL between the two are the fact that the shell is made up of a more plastic-type feeling than the original version, which had a nice sticky non-slip coating. I prefer the previous version's coating compared to this one. Fortunately, this difference doesn't really affect its performance.
The construction of the mouse, notwithstanding, is not what makes this mouse so desirable, but rather the Razer Synapse software that accompanies its peripherals. Not only does the mouse use the software, but so does the Lycosa keyboard I use. The software is what makes this product shine, as it easily helps you to configure the mouse EXACTLY to your liking, polling, scrolling, sensitivity, lift height, etc. I've never had any issues with the Synapse software in the years that I've been using it, either.
Cons: More of a plastic-like feel than previous generation.
Feels a little light, compared to another mouse I've used, but it just takes a little time to get used to it - no big deal, actually.
Other Thoughts: Time will tell how this version stand up.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great quality and of nice construction. Products works as advertised and the two purchased will be serving as backup disks. Installation on one PC was plug-n-play, whereas the other PC gave a small bit of problems getting it installed (Win 7 Home 64). Ran the Windows Troubleshooter and it fixed the issue preventing the drive from being seen by Windows. Works at advertised speeds and they both seem to be reliable.
Cons: The USB 3.0 cable is short, so you will want to order an extension cable. Keep in mind that the HDD case connection is a USB 3.0 Type B (SuperSpeed) connector, so your best option is to just order a 3.0 extension cable.
Other Thoughts: The bright blue light calls to me.
I want to go to it.
Become one with it.